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Follow live: Latos makes Dodgers debut

Mat Latos has a chance to quickly introduce himself to the Dodgers' fan base in his club debut against the Angels.

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Tensions high in Cincinnati (0:20)
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Impressed Ryan: Incognito to start for Bills

After nearly two years away from football, Richie Incognito is expected to start at left guard for the Buffalo Bills this season, coach Rex Ryan said Sunday.

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Who's next for Rousey? (1:23)
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Aaron Rodgers' perfect throw (0:25)
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Gronkowski on competition in camp (0:35)
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Super Bowl hero Butler on expectations (0:42)
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2hAdam Teicher

Chiefs' Charles feels like 'LeBron of football'

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is usually the focus of attention from opposing defenses. The attention gets so much that he said he can feel at times like LeBron James.

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Mariota calm, consistent in the pocket (0:25)
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Girls Youth Football: Is it Safe? (6:44)
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Grading all 30 GMs at the deadline

How well did each major league team's GM do at the trade deadline? Former GM Jim Bowden assesses their performance.

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3hPaul Kuharsky

Mariota fixed 'glitch' before camp, wows Titans

During summer work, the Titans pointed out out a glitch in Marcus Mariota's dropbacks to handoffs. In the team's first practice Friday, coaches noticed the rookie had already fixed the problem.

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Stanton rehab 'definitely slower' than expected

Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton was hoping to return within six weeks of surgery on his fractured left wrist, but slow progress in recovery means he'll be out longer than expected.

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Hometown Heroes: USA volleyball (1:41)
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Scott Rohrer wins record-setting gold (2:09)
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Face to Face: Mo'ne Davis (6:35)
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Fan can't get in or out of poncho (0:30)
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Marshall dunks a familiar Carter jam (0:24)
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Watch Parker KO Tupou in first round (0:56)
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Fantasy Baseball: Forecaster Aug. 3-9

Tristan H. Cockcroft digests all the moves at the MLB trade deadline to serve up the best pitcher and hitter matchups for Week 17, which lasts from Aug. 3-9.

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Good starts for Winston, Mariota
NFL 

Field Yates on the No. 1 and 2 picks of the 2015 draft: "The early returns on each of these guys have been what you want."

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Andrews will not be denied

After getting stopped the first time, Zach Andrews threw down a powerful one-handed jam in the second half against Overseas Elite in The Basketball Tournament's $1 million winner-take-all championship on ESPN.

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Ronda Rousey rocks Bethe Correia
MMA 

In UFC 190, Rousey sought revenge for Correia's trash talk and personal attacks. She got it with a 34-second KO to stay undefeated. Another title defense

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'This is the greatest thing in the world'
MMA 

After knocking out the trash-talking Bethe Correia in 34 seconds, UFC champion Ronda Rousey told ESPN: "I think I made a pretty good point."

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Mariners, Twins headed to extras
MLB 

The game was scoreless heading into the 9th, but a Nelson Cruz HR in the top of the inning then a Brian Dozier HR in the bottom of the frame has the game tied 1-1 heading into the 10th. Follow live

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Kennedy's million-dollar slam?

Overseas Elite forward DJ Kennedy threw down this easy slam in the finals of The Basketball Tournament, and his squad currently leads the million-dollar, winner-take-all game midway through the second half on ESPN.

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Marlins blow it, then walk off
MLB 

Marlins SS Adeiny Hechavarria made up for closer A.J. Ramos blowing a save by clubbing a 3-run walk off home run in the 9th. Ramos had allowed two runs in the top half of the frame, depriving Miami's Jose Fernandez of his 16th straight win at home. Box score

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Benches empty in Cincinnati
MLB 

Frustration from beanings on both sides boiled over in the 8th inning of the Pirates' 3-0 win over the Reds today.

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Mincey ends holdout, could face fines

After ending a brief absence, Cowboys DE Jeremy Mincey will ease into today’s practice. He led the Cowboys in sacks last year and could now pay up to $30,000 in fines. Mincey is scheduled to make $1.5M this season. Story

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Debut goes accordingly for Norris

Trade deadline acquisition Daniel Norris made a nice impression in his first Tigers' start, a 6-1 victory over the Orioles. Norris allowed one run in 7.1 innings and J.D. Martinez helped with a 3-run HR. Box score

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Rousey gets KO, last word
UFC 

Ronda Rousey had words for Bethe Correia after the fight: "She was screaming in my face at weigh-ins. She was saying, 'Don't cry.' So I turned around to her after I knocked her out and I said, 'Don't cry.'"

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Who's next for Rousey?
MMA 

After Ronda Rousey made quick work of her latest challenger, Miesha Tate called her out on Twitter. But Chael Sonnen doesn't think Tate can back up her words: "That's what you call a classic sell job right there."

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The best first round you'll ever see
Boxing 

Daniel Jacobs defeated Sergio Mora by TKO in the second round on Saturday, which was a bit anticlimactic after the two traded punches that doubled as automobile collisions in the first.

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L.A. finale crucial for Angels

Crucial because the Angels have lost 5 straight and now trail the Astros by 3 games in the AL West. Dodgers SP Mat Latos tries to get a sweep for his new team. Follow live

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Pirates shut out Reds

Lost in a bench-clearing fight that saw 3 players ejected, plus 2 more 9th-inning ejections, was one of Charlie Morton's best starts of the year for the Pirates. Morton pitched 7 scoreless innings with 7 K's. Box score

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Bryant (head) leaves game in Milwaukee

Cubs 3B Kris Bryant was removed in the fifth inning after being tagged in the head sliding into second base. The Cubs have a 4-1 lead. Follow live

Grichuk stops Rockies starter

Yohan Flande went through the first 4 innings with only 1 hit allowed and zero runs. Randal Grichuk ended his run of excellence with a 2-run shot. Cardinals lead 2-0. Follow live

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Tex on a roll on the road

Mark Teixeira, who has reached base in 20 straight games, belted his 29th homer this season and 5th on the Yankees' 10-game road trip. The Yankees lead 9-0 against the White Sox. Follow live

Benches clear in Royals-Blue Jays

Blue Jays pitcher Aaron Sanchez went inside twice before hitting Alcides Escobar in retaliation for Troy Tulowitzki being hit the previous inning. Words were exchanged and the benches cleared. Sanchez was ejected, along with Jays' bench coach DeMarlo Hale, who replaced John Gibbons after he was ejected for arguing Tulo's HBP. Follow live

Seahawks fill newly-vacant spot

Seattle added depth to its roster by acquiring CB Mohammed Seisay from the Detroit Lions for an undisclosed 2016 draft pick. The 25-year-old appeared in 13 games with Detroit. The Seahawks cut DT Tony McDaniel earlier today. Story

Blue Jays' John Gibbons tossed

The Jays' skipper got an early shower from umpire Jim Wolf after watching Troy Tulowitzki hit and Josh Donaldson get buzzed up-and-in in back-to-back at-bats. Donaldson also was hit-by-pitch in the first inning. Follow live

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Benches clear in Pirates-Reds

Mounting tension over beanings caused the benches to empty in the 8th inning with the Pirates leading 3-0. Marlon Byrd (Reds), Joey Votto (Reds) and Sean Rodriguez (Pirates) were ejected, but it did not appear any punches were thrown. Follow live

Bombers break game open

Didi Gregorius and Brett Gardner each hit 2-run singles as a part of a five-run fourth inning to give the Yankees a 6-0 lead against the White Sox. Jeff Samardzija has allowed all six runs on seven hits. Follow live